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Legal Theories: In Principle

Book


Abstract


  • This book was verified as DEST A1 at QUT in 2004, for its original contribution to understandings of how jurisprudence is used in legal thinking and learning about law. It represented a significant departure from that literature by taking theory outside of a narrow descriptive frame, or isolated theorising taken by most jurisprudence literature, by dealing with theory within its legal and social contexts.

Publication Date


  • 2004

Citation


  • M. Leiboff & M. Thomas, Legal Theories: In Principle (2004).

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 10


  • 0455219443

Place Of Publication


  • Sydney

Abstract


  • This book was verified as DEST A1 at QUT in 2004, for its original contribution to understandings of how jurisprudence is used in legal thinking and learning about law. It represented a significant departure from that literature by taking theory outside of a narrow descriptive frame, or isolated theorising taken by most jurisprudence literature, by dealing with theory within its legal and social contexts.

Publication Date


  • 2004

Citation


  • M. Leiboff & M. Thomas, Legal Theories: In Principle (2004).

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 10


  • 0455219443

Place Of Publication


  • Sydney